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Pinsent Masons LLP
The European Commission has accepted commitments from Amazon over 'parity clauses' in its distribution agreements with e-book publishers in Europe.
The newspaper in question had a subdomain containing more than 300 videos, ranging from 30 seconds to several minutes long.
Withers LLP
The press has jumped on decisions taken by some famous brands to furlough their employees, pouring out scorn that it is morally reprehensible behaviour by a business which the media believes
Withers LLP
Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, there was an investigation into press behaviour.
Withers LLP
John Whittingdale MP has had what must have been an uncomfortable time this week, as a result of action by some of the subjects of his ministerial responsibilities.
Fieldfisher LLP
Impress, the alternative press regulator to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), recently announced that it has applied for official recognition under the Royal Charter.
Deloitte predicts that in 2015 print will represent more than 80% of all book sales revenue worldwide.
Fieldfisher LLP
On 1 October 2014, two new "fair dealing" exceptions were introduced, one of which allows use of a copyright work "for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche".
Fieldfisher LLP
As 2014 comes to an end, I set out my top ten blogs of 2014
Withers LLP
Jeremy Clarkson and Andrew Marr make unlikely bedfellows. I speak not of any private relationship between the two, but the legal issue that they have in common.
Wedlake Bell
The way the new press watchdog handles the fallout from the Sunday Mirror's alleged "entrapment" of minister Brooks Newmark will set the tone for the future of British tabloid journalism.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
On 4th September, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its guidance on data protection law and the media,
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
IPSO, set up by the press in the wake of the phone hacking scandal and the Leveson Inquiry, replaces the Press Complaints Commission as the new press regulator.
Nabarro LLP
The Defamation Act 2013 and the Defamation Regulations, 2013 (the Regulations) came into force on 1 January 2014.
Publishers should update online publications following the outcome of an investigation where the subject is cleared.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
These cheery words open the Royal Charter devised by the UK political parties as a means of responding to the Leveson recommendations concerning standards in the press, which received assent this week (30 October 2013) at a meeting of the Privy Council.
TCii Strategic and Management Consultants
"They took that out of context. I didn’t really say that!" Or, "That’s not what the reporter called about!"
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
On 4 June the European Commission launched a public consultation on procedures for notifying and acting on illegal content hosted by online intermediaries.
Blake Lapthorn
In October 2011, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in Wayne Crookes and West Court Title Search Limited v Jon Newton (2011) SCC 47 that publishing a hyperlink on a website to a defamatory article will not give rise to liability for defamation.
Eversheds LLP
What? Grazia published an altered photograph of the Duchess of Cambridge from her wedding day. The alterations, among other things, made the Duchess’ waist appear thinner.
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